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20 September 2017

Information regarding the earthquake that has hit Mexico

After the 7.1 magnitude earthquake that has hit the Mexican capital on Tuesday 19th September, the company informs that, to date, no injuries have been recorded among employees of OHL Concesiones, OHL Construcción, OHL Industrial, OHL Desarrollos and OHL Servicios divisions.

So far, only a single-incident has been reported which affects the OHL offices located in Paseo de la Reforma Avenue, 222 in Mexico City. The building will remain closed until the water leak that affects the proper operation of lifts is repaired. It is expected that the building will go operational on Friday, 22th September.

On the other hand, all infrastructures operated by OHL Concesiones are working normally and they operated correctly during the earthquake. These are the Mexiquense Beltway, Atizapán-Atlacomulco Toll Road, Bicentennial Viaduct, Northern Urban Toll Road, Western Urban Toll Road, Amozoc-Perote Toll Road, Puebla Elevated Bypass and the Toluca International Airport.

Irma and Harvey Hurricanes   

Moreover and after Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, OHL North America has put in place a damage assessment protocol in the Houston (Texas) and Fort Myers (Florida) workplaces, with a staff of around 60 persons in each workplace. 

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